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Jin Saotome

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Battle Damaged ML Ultron

22 January 2018 - 10:27 AM


It's everyone's favorite homicidal robot Ultron and he's back for more punishment! Ultron never really goes away, he just upgrades himself and comes back stronger. Here I've created a battle-damaged Ultron using a Civil War Iron Man body, 3-pack Ultron head, old Toybiz Ultron lower arms, Beetle feet, and armor sections from magna-toys. Spikes were added to his back and all sorts of weathering, grime, oil splatter, and blast effects were applied to finish Ultron's look.

For more pictures head to his page here: Custom Battle Damaged Ultron
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Molten Man, Hand Ninja Temple Guard

02 January 2018 - 12:28 PM

This week I'm bringing you another one of Spider-Man's rogue's gallery, the fiery foe Molten Man! He was created using a Toybiz Carnage base body, resculpted lower limbs with fodder hands, Sunfire belt, and old DCU Major Force head. Four-horsemen Scarabus flames were added as well as a movie Human Torch fire effect. A special mix of bronze, gold, and copper metallics were used and bright yellows/clear orange for his molten core effects were painted in. The end result was a striking look to one of Spider-Man's classic foes!

For more molten pics head to his page here: Custom Molten Man

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Need to sneak around in the shadows? Ready to put the hurt on Daredevil or that pesky Wolverine? Then bolster your ninja ranks with this Hand Ninja Temple Guard! I created this stealthy assassin to kick off a series of variant Hand Ninja to stand out from the normal sea of plain red ones. The Temple Guard was made using the movie Dr Strange Mordo body, movie Black Panther lower legs and hands, Machine man alt hands, a classic Hand Ninja head, and Sub Zero loincloth. He was painted using Testors Aztek Airbrush acrylic, Formula P3 paints, and Games Workshop metallics. Now to make some more specialized Hand Ninja...

For more stealthy pics head to his page here: Custom Hand Ninja

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ML Weapon X with carbon steel claws, Doombot Drone

19 December 2017 - 11:18 PM

This week you're in for a treat, truly a 'dangerous toy' that you've been asking me to create. I bring you the ultimate Marvel Legends Weapon-X with real carbon steel claws and bloody rage effect! Logan was created using the retro-card Wolverine body, machine man calves/hands, Target 3-pack clear Vision feet, and a modded Toybiz Weapon-X helmet head. I styled him to look like the new statue and added all sorts of ports, straps, backpack, and hoses to complete the look. Wolverine was airbrushed with shading and highlights then sealed with Liquitex archival varnish. His claws were milled and filed from carbon steel tines then clear-coated so they don't rust.

For more pics head to his page here: Custom Weapon-X Wolverine

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Never a fan of manual labor Doctor Doom builds himself various Doombots suited for the task at hand. Be it conquering a nation or pouring a goblet of wine, you can usually find one of his robotic servants at the ready. Here I have Doombot Drone for your monarch to lord over! Doombot was created using the Heroes Reborn Iron Man body, Black Series Guavian's head, Ultron lower legs, and movie Ultron hands. Additional blaster hands were created using fodder parts and a machine man extendo wrist. Multiple types of airbrushed shading were used on the green armor and underbody as well.

For full specs of Doombot head to its page here: Custom Doombot Drone

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Nextwave Machine Man, Nick Fury: Punisher Arcade game

08 December 2017 - 11:02 PM

Fear his robot head fleshy ones, it's Machine Man! Straight from the Nextwave comics series I bring you this custom Aaron Stack created in Marvel Legends form. He was created using the man-thing wave Bullseye's body/hands, Punisher coat and arms, resculpted evil Warlock head, and Aves Studios apoxie sculpt detailing. His weapon pods can be attached to his wrists and are created from lots of fodder tech-weapon parts from various lines. You can also equip Machine Man with his trademark extendo-wrists. The entire figure was airbrushed with shadows, highlights, and sealed with Liquitex archival varnish.

For more pics head to Stack's page here: Machine Man

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He's the director of SHIELD but this time he's teamed up with the Punisher for some vigilante justice, it's Nick Fury! The 1993 Punisher Arcade Game featured Nick as the player 2 character and here I created him in Marvel Legends form to scale alongside your Punisher from the retro/vintage card series of ML. Nick Fury uses the same Punisher body, modded Nick Fury head/webgear, and medium body feet. Demo man's belt/leg holster were used and various details sculpted using Aves apoxie sculpt. I originally painted his sweater a mottled brown color to match the game sprite but found the original Japanese game art depicting him in a much better looking orange and went with that, airbrushing the entire figure with shading and highlights. Add a stogie like he smokes through the entire game, even while fighting, and Nick fury was ready to fight alongside the Punisher!

For more pics head to Stack's page here: Nick Fury

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Light-up Sentinel Hand base for all X-men scales

26 November 2017 - 03:57 PM

You have an X-men collection don't you? Be it Marvel Legends, Select, 1:12 Collective, or 1/6th scale, I have the base for you! Here's a custom light-up Sentinel hand that can be used to display different action figure scales. It was created from a Rubies Iron man hand wall deco set. The foam was hollowed out and finger holes filled. An LED unit was installed along with removable plug-in wiring with a hidden switch that makes the palm blaster light up! Lots of airbushing and repainting the rock base/modding the hidden switch was the final step before this fallen Sentinel hand was finished. Now your X-men team can stand triumphant no matter their scale!

For more pics of this base head here: Custom Sentinel hand base

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